25 - CHAPTER 25 The Age of Nationalism, 18501914 SELF-TEST...

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CHAPTER 25 The Age of Nationalism, 1850–1914 SELF-TEST MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS Do not assume that these questions will appear on any examination. It is recommended that you not memorize these questions, but use them only as a self - test. Answers are at the end of this book. 1. The most industrialized, socialized, and unionized continental country by 1914 was a. Britain. b. France. c. Germany. d. Italy. e. Belgium. 2. The Russian zemstvo was a. an industrial workers council. b. a local government assembly. e. A terrorist group. d. the Tsar s secret police. e. a village priest. 3. The Kulturkampf in Germany was an attack on a. liberals. b. socialists. c. the Catholic church. d. Prussian culture. e. intellectuals and foreigners. 4. The first modem social security laws were passed in the 1880s in a. Britain. b. France. c. Russia. d. Italy e. Germany. 5. The general tendency of unions toward the end of the century was a. to move closer to Marxism. b. to move toward evolutionary socialism. c. to reject socialism altogether. d. increasingly to favor revolution. e. to work in partnership with management. 6. After 1850, the disciples of nationalism in Italy looked for leadership from a. Prussia. b. the papacy. c. Sardinia - Piedmont. d. the kingdom of the Two Sicilies. e. Venice and Milan.
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7. Cavour s program for the unification of northern Italy included a. improved transportation. b. increased power for the Catholic church. c. restriction of civil liberties. d. gradual inclusion of southern Italy. e. compromise and cooperation with Austria. 8. Russian social and political reforms in the 1860s could best be described as a. steps backward. b. revolutionary. c. totally ineffective. d. halfway measures. e. extremely effective. 9. Witte s plans for the economic development of Russia included a. lowering protective tariffs. b. a focus on agriculture rather than industry. c. taking Russia off the gold standard. d. encouraging foreign investment. e. bringing Russian Marxists into the government. 10. Bismarck s fundamental goal for Prussia was a. democratic reform. b. preservation of Great Power status via expansion. c. the elimination of nationalism. d. the elimination of the monarchy. e. neutrality. 11. Which of the following groups fought for the defense of Captain Dreyfus in France? a. The Catholics b. The army c. The radical republicans d. The nationalists e. The anti - Semites 12. Among those opposing home rule in Ireland were a. Catholics. b. Ulsterites. c. Irish peasants. d. William Gladstone. e. Britain s other colonial subjects. 13. After 1870, Marxian socialists a. accepted the revisionist theories of Edward Bernstein. b. failed to grow in number. c. rejected the ultimate need for revolution.
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